For golfers in search of a spectacular course and luxurious getaway this year, long haul or in the UK or Ireland, take a look at Women & Golf's luxury location suggestions.

Gleneagles, Scotland.

Gleneagles, Scotland.

For golfers in search of a spectacular course and extravagant getaway this year, long haul or in the UK or Ireland, take a look at Women & Golf's luxury location suggestions.


The PGA Centenary Course

Nestling in Auchterarder, near Perth and Stirling, Gleneagles is truly a luxurious resort and when it comes to detail, no stone is left unturned. In 2015, when Ennismore took ownership, a multi- million pound investment was made to refurbish and enhance specific areas of the property and coupled with the already excellent quality of service and the array of pursuits, it lifts its offering to another level.

Today’s Gleneagles has retained its palatial charm and grandiose ambience, albeit with a subtle modern twist, that first attracted high society when it opened in 1924. All 232 bedrooms including 27 suites are plush with elegant furnishings and modern amenities. There is a wide range of restaurants and bars, from Michelin- starred dining to a more informal affair, and a variety of activities including archery, fly fishing, shooting, gundog training, tennis, and horse riding. Guests can also take a swim in one of two pools at the health club, or relax in the spa.

Of course, the three golf courses - the King’s, the Queen’s and The PGA Centenary Course - will always be at the heart of the resort. On the King’s Course, holes are not overlooked by each other and they blend perfectly with the landscape, offering dramatic views of the

surrounding countryside. The characteristics of the Queen’s Course are not too dissimilar to those of the King’s including the threat of bunkers, rolling fairways and a shared halfway house, but the Queen’s woodland setting is more intimate. Their younger sibling, The PGA Centenary, is a modern design, set to challenge the world’s greatest golfers, like some of the best female players at the 2019 Solheim Cup. 




Located along the eastern coast of Mauritius, on the tranquil world-class beaches of Trou d’Eau Douce Bay, is a luxury hideaway that offers an unrivalled standard of privacy; Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa.

The resort’s rooms, suites and villas offer uninterrupted views of the sparkling Indian Ocean with a contemporary island-chic style, complemented by touches of local character. All guests embark on a taste bud awakening culinary journey at Le Touessrok’s five restaurants and two bars.

Just a short distance from the resort’s pristine shore, there are two paradise islands - the iconic Ile aux Cerfs, which holds a spectacular 18-hole championship golf course that provides golfers with a unique golfing experience, and it’s only a 10-minute boat ride to Ilot Mangénie, which features private beach cabanas for resort guests to enjoy exclusively.

Even though it’s the perfect destination for lounging on idyllic beaches all day, it also provides everything needed to keep the more active guests entertained as well. The crystalline waters with vibrant marine life beckon. Thrilling water sports and island activities can be customised to suit any guest’s unique interests. After a day of activity, an exhilarating round of golf, or even just to take relaxation to the next level, CHI The Spa in a secluded area of the resort is there to help you unwind by focusing on personal peace, enchantment and wellbeing.

With the luxury on offer combined with golf on the one of a kind, Bernhard Langer-designed golf course that can only be reached by boat, it’s clear that Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok ticks all the boxes for a luxury and unique Mauritius golf holiday. From £125pp per night on a half board basis with daily golf included. 




The K Club is a grand Irish country retreat, set amid 550-acres of pristine parkland on a mile long stretch of the River Liffey, and located only 30 minutes from Dublin Airport and city centre. The elegant 19th century Georgian mansion estate, set on the former site of Straffan House, was restored to a luxury hotel and country club in 1991.

Accommodation is as one would expect from a property of this standard, it is luxurious, extremely comfortable and each of the 134 bedrooms are bespoke with individual soft furnishings, art work and fine furniture.

Home to two championship Arnold Palmer-designed golf courses - The Ryder Cup Course and The Smurfit Course - The K Club has hosted numerous international tournaments. Guests can also enjoy a variety of other activities including kayaking, horse riding, falconry, fishing, clay-pigeon shooting, walking, cycling, wine cellar tours, whisky tasting and so much more. The K Spa at The K Club is one of the finest in Europe and earlier this year launched a new partnership with the Natura Bissé skincare brand.

The K Club certainly pairs old-world charm, service and ambiance with modern comforts in a luxurious residential setting. 


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